The problem with laying it on too thick

If this column is truth, what does that say about Alabama this morning?


UPDATE: What did I tell you? This is the kind of game Les Miles almost always wins.”



Filed under Media Punditry/Foibles, Nick Saban Rules

13 responses to “The problem with laying it on too thick

  1. Crazy n' Bama

    FIRE SABAN! 2 losses is unacceptable


  2. I gotta pay more attention to the links before I click ’em.

    The bammerham mediots might be the dumbest group of sportswriters in the history of mankind.


  3. Benny from Quad Cities

    Hey Paawwwl, long time first time.

    When is the Alabumma Yacht Club gonna fire this idiot Saban and hire that fellar in Baton Rouge.

    I’ll hang up and listen.


  4. Scorpio Jones, III

    Sideline Babe: “Why’d you call that reverse of fourth and one?”

    Les Miles, cringing from babe’s reference to Mad Hatter: “Cause we thought it would work”

    Georgia fan: “You know Les Miles claps funny, but he’s a pretty damn good football coach.”

    HOSES OUT!!!!!


  5. Hogbody Spradlin

    Whoo! Talk about melodrama and purple prose. What bullshit.


  6. Rival

    What is this “hoses out” stuff I’ve been seeing?

    Guess I missed something…


  7. 69Dawg

    The SEC, home of the most delusional fans in the football universe. Les may not be the best but he is by far the luckiest coach I’ve seen in a long time. Better Lucky than good is an old saying but it is on point to The Mad Hatter. I wish Richt had more luck but you know if we ran the reverse on 4th and 1 we would lose 5 yards, just saying.


  8. Mayor of Dawgtown

    Kevin Scarbinsky is a DB. He’s the one that needs to be fired. Trouble is, sportswriters are never held accountable for what they write. Everybody forgets about it and the writer just writes another column.


    • Bryant Denny

      Here’s part of the problem…the Honorable Senator links to these articles, driving up’s site traffic…and the cycle continues.


  9. Bulldog Joe

    You can never lay it on too thick in Birmingham.